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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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proposed

    Part, Question
1 1, 1 | befitting Holy Writ, which is ~proposed to all without distinction 2 1, 34 | different mode of ~utterance proposed by its author, as appears 3 1, 48 | another good; as the ~end proposed by the intemperate man is 4 1, 49 | another good; as the ~end proposed by the intemperate man is 5 1, 80 | serpent not only showed and proposed sin, but also ~incited to 6 1, 81 | necessity to ~the good which is proposed to it.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 7 1, 90 | the best as ~regards the proposed end; and even if this entails 8 1, 110 | the superior intellect are proposed to the inferior ~so as to 9 1, 110 | what is to be believed be ~proposed to the believer; which is 10 1, 116 | to whom these signs are proposed is already in the possession 11 1, 116 | naturally understood as soon as proposed to the ~intellect. Now when 12 1, 116 | the signs of which are proposed ~to him from without.~Aquin.: 13 1, 116 | 1~Reply OBJ 4: The signs proposed by the master to the disciple 14 2, 2 | Reply OBJ 2: As far as the proposed objection is concerned, 15 2, 6 | counter to that ~which he proposed, so does the incontinent, 16 2, 9 | condition, ~either of the thing proposed, or of the one to whom it 17 2, 9 | of the one to whom it is proposed. For ~fitness is spoken 18 2, 9 | of the angelic light is proposed to man's ~knowledge. And 19 2, 13 | will tends to ~something proposed to it as being good, through 20 2, 13 | OBJ 3: If two things be proposed as equal under one aspect, ~ 21 2, 19 | Now the will's object is proposed to it ~by reason. Because 22 2, 19 | the will is ~that which is proposed by the reason, as stated 23 2, 19 | very fact that a thing is proposed by the reason as being evil, 24 2, 19 | except in so far as it is proposed by the reason. If, ~therefore, 25 2, 19 | except inasmuch as it is ~proposed by the reason. Consequently 26 2, 19 | reason. Consequently if it be proposed by the reason as ~something 27 2, 19 | and God's ~commandment are proposed to us by the apprehension 28 2, 19 | object, according as it is proposed by the reason. ~Now a thing 29 2, 20 | will, inasmuch as ~it is proposed to the will by the reason, 30 2, 61 | to follow the way thus ~proposed. Besides these there are 31 2, 71 | Of the definition of sin proposed by Augustine (Contra Faust. 32 2, 74 | and consider ~that this is proposed to our belief in accordance 33 2, 75 | it is because a thing is proposed as ~appetible to the senses, 34 2, 75 | of action, nor do things proposed ~externally, of necessity 35 2, 77 | concupiscence of things which are proposed ~outwardly to the eyes, 36 2, 80 | the object itself which is proposed to the will: thus ~we say 37 2, 80 | the will that the ~object proposed has an aspect of good, because 38 2, 97 | condition. An example is proposed by Augustine (De Lib. Arb. 39 2, 101 | because precepts ~of law are proposed to the populace; for which 40 2, 108 | definite counsels are fittingly proposed in the New Law?~Aquin.: 41 2, 108 | counsels are not fittingly ~proposed in the New Law. For counsels 42 2, 108 | definite counsels should not be proposed to all.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[ 43 2, 111 | carry into effect the good proposed; the ~fourth, to persevere 44 2, 1 | of faith is that which is proposed to us to ~be believed. Now 45 2, 1 | i.e. the ~First Truth, are proposed to us to be believed, but 46 2, 1 | Nevertheless that which is proposed to be believed equally by 47 2, 1 | arguments ~showing that what is proposed to our faith is not impossible, 48 2, 1 | Reply OBJ 1: Some things are proposed to our belief are in themselves 49 2, 1 | things in Holy Writ are proposed to our belief, ~not chiefly 50 2, 1 | life. Now two things are proposed to ~us to be seen in eternal 51 2, 1 | Godhead, three things are proposed ~to our belief: first, the 52 2, 1 | article about the creation is proposed ~to us; the second refers 53 2, 1 | this ~another article is proposed to us concerning the resurrection 54 2, 1 | rule of faith ought to be proposed to all, and that publicly. 55 2, 1 | believe, unless the truth be ~proposed to him that he may believe 56 2, 1 | might the more easily be ~proposed to all, lest anyone might 57 2, 1 | sayings of Holy Writ, to be proposed to the belief of all. This ~ 58 2, 2 | Q[1], A[1]) nothing is ~proposed to our belief, except in 59 2, 2 | judge whether that which is proposed to him be true or false, ~ 60 2, 2 | that if some of them are proposed to man ~as objects of faith, 61 2, 2 | they are not all equally proposed to our belief.~Aquin.: SMT 62 2, 4 | Temporal matters which are proposed to be believed, do not ~ 63 2, 5 | to the things which are proposed as the material object of ~ 64 2, 5 | account of the First Truth proposed to us in ~Scriptures, according 65 2, 5 | material object which ~is proposed to be believed. Now the 66 2, 5 | But the things ~which are proposed as the matter of our belief 67 2, 6 | which are of faith should be proposed to man: this is necessary 68 2, 6 | to the things which are proposed ~to him. Accordingly, as 69 2, 6 | while to some they are ~proposed by God in sending preachers 70 2, 8 | fully the things ~that are proposed to be believed, yet they 71 2, 8 | merely assent to what is proposed but ~understanding implies 72 2, 8 | grasp the things ~that are proposed, and to penetrate into their 73 2, 8 | Hence ~some things must be proposed to be believed by man, not 74 2, 8 | on the part of the things proposed to faith for belief, two ~ 75 2, 8 | heart of the things that are proposed to it. Hence it ~is dulness 76 2, 8 | receive the truths which are ~proposed to it about God, no longer 77 2, 8 | assent by believing what is proposed to be believed, ~without 78 2, 9 | grasp of the things that are proposed to be believed, ~and this 79 2, 16 | the object of hope to be ~proposed to us as possible. Now the 80 2, 16 | and both of these are proposed to us ~by faith, whereby 81 2, 32 | hates the truth that is proposed to him. ~Wherefore it is 82 2, 51 | persevere ~in what he has proposed to do. Now this is a mark 83 2, 53 | worldly or ~carnal goods are proposed to our appetite. Hence we 84 2, 53 | and it is this ~that is proposed for our example.~Aquin.: 85 2, 67 | means, unsuitable to the proposed end, ~and this belongs to 86 2, 95 | thus Samson (Judges ~14:12) proposed a riddle to the Philistines 87 2, 159 | assumed." Now He especially proposed His humility for our ~example, 88 2, 159 | iii, 1) that the "lesson ~proposed to us in the mystery of 89 2, 159 | reason why Christ chiefly proposed humility to us, was ~because 90 3, 22 | Christ Jesus, Whom God hath ~proposed to be a propitiation, through 91 3, 40 | continency in ~Himself and proposed it to be observed by others 92 3, 45 | a tent. Hence when Peter proposed to make tents, "a ~bright 93 3, 46 | from necessity of the end ~proposed; and this can be accepted 94 3, 46 | Christ Jesus, whom God hath proposed to be a ~propitiation, through 95 3, 47 | say, Christ - God "hath proposed to be a propitiation through 96 3, 48 | Rm. 3:25): "Whom God hath proposed to be a propitiation, ~through 97 3, 49 | Rm. 3:25: "Whom God hath ~proposed to be a propitiation, through 98 3, 52 | says (Rm. 3:25): "God hath proposed Christ ~to be a propitiation, 99 3, 55 | see by knowledge what is proposed for ~belief: and this is 100 3, 61 | Christ, "Whom God hath ~proposed to be a propitiation, through 101 3, 62 | Rm. ~3:25: "Whom God hath proposed to be a propitiation through 102 3, 64 | Rm. 3:25: "Whom God hath proposed to be a propitiation ~through 103 3, 70 | Rm. 3:25: "Whom God ~hath proposed to be a propitiation, through 104 3, 73 | Rm. 3:25: "Whom God hath proposed to be a ~propitiation, through 105 3, 78 | 3:25,26: "Whom God hath proposed to be a ~propitiation, through 106 3, 86 | Rm. 3:25: "Whom God hath ~proposed to be a propitiation, through 107 Suppl, 29| Reply OBJ 1: Holy Writ is proposed to all alike: and so, the


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